Our dedicated and experienced team at Millbrook take great pride in producing outstanding wines and superb food for your enjoyment.
After completing a Bachelor of Science in Viticulture and Oenology from Curtin University, Adair joined the Millbrook team in 2015 where she worked closely with the previous chief winemaker in creating numerous multi-award-winning wines which lead to Millbrook being named Winery of the Year in the 2019 Ray Jordan Wine Guide, as well as Best WA Producer under 300T, Best WA Producer and Best Producer at the Perth Royal Wine Show in 2018. In 2020, Adair was promoted to Senior Winemaker and has become an inspiration to many up-and-coming female winemakers everywhere. When asked about her crusade for making outstanding chardonnays and barrel-fermented viognier, Adair explains, “I’m passionate about producing modern wines that offer a depth of character and persistent length - a wine that leaves you wanting more.”
Executive Chef - Fogarty Wine Group
At Millbrook Winery in Jarrahdale they serve estate-grown modern country food. While he features local artisan producers on the menu, the kitchen team are known for growing heirloom vegetables from saved seed in the property’s one acre garden. This approach to food has won much acclaim for the venue over the past 10 years under Guy’s guidance including a critics choice review in The New York Times, 2 hats in the Australian Good Food Guide and West Australian Chef of the Year.
At Bunkers Beach House, a casual seafood eatery, in Bunker Bay, they serve only West Australian seafood. While he uses vegetables grown at Millbrook Winery the kitchen team are known for serving only line caught or by-catch West Australian seafood. Guy has taken on this project in 2019 and in the first month been awarded #1 by the West Australian Good Food Guide Awards in the casual dining category.
At Evans and Tate in Margaret River Guy is about to launch a new picnic based menu specialising in house made cold cut meats, breads and vegetable/fruit preserves. Stay tuned.
John has been the Chief Viticulturist for the Fogarty Wine Group since 2002, overseeing the management of more than 350 hectares of premium vineyards throughout Western Australia, and buying fruit from over 65 growers. John’s interest in planting and training young vines is coupled with an ardent focus on innovation – wanting to give his winemakers the ability to create the best wines possible, he is constantly looking at ways to increase fruit quality. John has completed multiple degrees in viticulture and has an unmatched knowledge of some of the best vineyard sites across WA.